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The '''Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station''' (CAES) is the Connecticut state government's agricultural experiment station, a state government component that engages in scientific research and public outreach in agriculture and related fields. It is the oldest Agricultural experiment station#US stations|state experiment station in the United States, having been founded in 1875. Its official mission is to "develop, advance, and disseminate scientific knowledge, improve agricultural productivity and environmental quality, protect plants, and enhance human health and well-being through research for the benefit of Connecticut residents and the nation."[http://www.ct.gov/caes/site/default.asp Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station Home Page] The station operates a main research campus in New Haven, Connecticut|New Haven, a research farm in Hamden, Connecticut|Hamden, a satellite research facility and farm in...
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Fertilizers 48
Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station 34
Food adulteration and inspection 33
Pesticides 33
Feeds 31
Food 31
Drugs 27
Beneficial insects 21
Insects 21
Agriculture 20
Pet food industry 17
Pet supplies 17
Vegetables 17
Farm produce 16
Grasses 15
Pesticide residues in food 15
Agriculture -- Connecticut 10
Pets 8
Beef 7
Broccoli 7
Cauliflower 7
Food of animal origin 7
Sausages 6
Sweet corn 5
Tobacco 5
Artichokes 4
Belgian endive 3
Chicory 3
Eastern hemlock 3
Feed industry 3
Forests and forestry 3
Herbs 3
Onions 3
Plant diseases 3
Pumpkin 3
Tomatoes 3
Water 3
Adelges 2
Aquatic herbicides 2
Aquatic plants 2
Beer 2
Bok choy 2
Cabomba caroliniana 2
Chinese cabbage 2
Defoliation 2
Eurasian watermilfoil 2
Flax 2
Groundwater 2
Gypsy moth 2
Hardwoods 2
Ice cream, ices, etc 2
Insecticides 2
Lettuce 2
Medicinal plants 2
Melons 2
Noxious weeds 2
Nymphaeaceae 2
Peppers 2
Polychlorinated biphenyls 2
Raspberries 2
Sewage sludge as fertilizer 2
Swimming pools 2
Water quality management 2
Wine and wine making 2
Acetaminophen 1
Acid rain 1
Aerial spraying and dusting in agriculture 1
Aerial spraying and dusting in forestry 1
Agricultural chemicals 1
Agricultural geography 1
Alcoholic beverages 1
Algae 1
Aluminum sulfate 1
Analgesics 1
Antacids 1
Aphids 1
Apples 1
Aspirin 1
Balsam twig aphid 1
Beetles 1
Biscuits 1
Botany 1
Breading 1
Butter 1
Caffeine 1
Canned beans 1
Canned tomatoes 1
Carbonated beverages 1
Cereals, Prepared 1
Chemists 1
Chili con carne 1
Chlordan 1
Christmas tree industry 1
Cider 1
Coffee 1
Compost plants 1
Crop zones 1
Cucurbita 1
Curculionidae 1
Diet 1
Eggplant 1
Eggs 1
Ethylene dibromide 1
Fiorinia externa 1
Fir 1
Food preservatives 1
Forest declines 1
Forest health 1
Frozen desserts 1
Frozen fishery products 1
Frozen foods 1
Frozen yogurt 1
Fruit 1
Fruit juices 1
Fruit trade 1
Fungal diseases of plants 1
Fusarium 1
Gastrointestinal agents 1
Glycols 1
Grape products 1
Grapes 1
Greenhouse gardening 1
Honey 1
Host-fungus relationships 1
Housing 1
Invasive plants 1
Ketchup 1
Lake ecology 1
Leachate 1
Lead based paint 1
Leek 1
Manures 1
Margarine 1
Marmots 1
Meat 1
Metals 1
Methanol 1
Microtus pennsylvanicus 1
Mulching 1
Neutralization (Chemistry) 1
Nitrates 1
Nutrient pollution of water 1
Nutrition 1
Oils and fats, Edible 1
Okra 1
Olive 1
Orange juice 1
Organic water pollutants 1
Osborne, Thomas B. (Thomas Burr), 1859-1929 1
Paillage 1
Pathogenic fungi 1
Peach 1
Pitymys pinetorum 1
Plant growing media 1
Plant growing media, Artificial 1
Plants 1
Pollutants 1
Potting soils 1
Prune industry 1
Radicchio 1
Sanitary landfills 1
Sediments (Geology) 1
Sewage disposal 1
Snack foods 1
Sodium 1
Soft wheat 1
Soil pollution 1
Soy sauce 1
Specialty crops 1
Stone fruit 1
Strawberries 1
Sweet peppers 1
Sweet potatoes 1
Tea 1
Ticks 1
Tobacco blue mold 1
Tomato products 1
Trees 1
Trees, Care of 1
Vegetable gardening 1
Wheat 1
White-tailed deer 1
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